We recognize the important role family and/or professional caregivers play in the life of someone managing incontinence. Below is a list of some organizations that offer support and resources.
Aging Life Care Association (ALCA)
A community of aging life care professionals who work with families to provide guidance and support regarding care for loved ones through assessment, planning, education, advocacy and family caregiver coaching.
ALZConnected by Alzheimer's Association
Empower caregivers with resources and information surrounding Alzheimer's and dementia. Offer support groups and help with long-term care planning to better manage the condition. The online community fosters a welcoming dialogue for family caregivers to exchange questions, concerns and advice.
Provide support and insight for individuals who care for an aging relative. Blog articles, podcasts and webinars are available.
Specialize in supporting family caregivers to help identify the best senior living options available. Provide families with personalized recommendations for Assisted Living, Memory Care, Home Health and Private/In Home Caregiving Services. Information and guides on Medicare, Geriatric Care and Hospice Support are also available to families caring for loved ones who are elderly.
Home Care Assistance
Assist families in finding a long-term care facility with direct one-on-one care. Home Care Assistance is the nation's largest premium home care provider specializing in 24/7 live-in and hourly care for older adults with Alzheimer's and dementia.